January 13, 2019

It’s week three of four in Teach Us to Pray, our mini-series on the Lord’s Prayer. Here’s how you can prepare:

1. Read through our text, Matthew 6:9–13.

Last week, we focused on the first four words of the Lord’s Prayer, “Our Father in heaven.” This week, we turn to the first three petitions of the prayer—the “Your” petitions: Hallowed be Your name, Your Kingdom come, Your will be done…

2. Read, pray, and sing through the service:

CALL TO WORSHIP: Isaiah 6:3, Matthew 6:9–13

Holy, Holy, Holy (Reginald Heber, John Bacchus Dykes)
Forever Reign (Jason Ingram, Reuben Morgan)

CONFESSION OF SIN:

Father, while you call us to treasure Your name, we often treasure other names more than Yours. You teach us to pray, “Your kingdom come,” but we seek our own little kingdoms more than Your glorious kingdom. You call us to pray, “Your will be done,” and yet we obsess with getting our way every time. Forgive us for our selfishness and near-sighted tendencies. Help us love Your name, Your kingdom, and Your will more than our own.

ASSURANCE OF PARDON: Romans 8:14–17

King Of My Heart (John Mark McMillan, Sarah McMillan)
The Lord’s Prayer (James Lepine)

GREETING, SERMON, & RESPONSE

Here As In Heaven (Brown, Brock, Ntlele, Furtick, Joye)

COMMUNION

New (Bryan Brown, Tofer Brown, Kate York)
All Glory Be To Christ (Dustin Kensrue arr. King’s Kaleidoscope)

BENEDICTION

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